Wise Sayings: Letter W


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    Wise Sayings


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    Without debt without care.

    Source: Italian
    Without divine assistance we can achieve nothing.

    Source: Latin
    Without favour, art is like a windmill without wind.

    Source: Latin
    Without kindness there can be no true joy.
    Author: Thomas Carlyle
    Without knowledge, without sin.

    Source: German
    Without learning, without eyes.

    Source: Lithuanian
    Without pains no gains.

    Source: Lithuanian
    Without perseverance talent is a barren bed.

    Source: Welsh
    Without rice, even the cleverest housewife cannot cook.

    Source: Chinese
    Witticisms spare no one.

    Source: French
    Woe be to an evil eye.

    Source: Danish
    Woe be to him whose advocate becomes his accuser.

    Source: Danish
    Wolves are often hidden under sheep's clothing.

    Source: Danish
    Wolves don't eat wolves.

    Source: Italian
    Wolves have howled at the moon for centuries, yet it is still there.

    Source: Italian
    Woman (decides), impromptu; man, on reflection.

    Source: Italian
    Woman's beauty, the forest echo, and rainbows, soon pass away.

    Source: German
    Woman, wind, and luck soon change.

    Source: Portuguese
    Women always speak the truth, but not the whole truth.

    Source: Italian
    Women and glass are always in danger.

    Source: Portuguese
    Women and hens are lost by too much gadding.

    Source: Italian
    Women and maidens must be praised, whether truly or falsely.

    Source: German
    Women are as fickle as April weather.

    Source: German
    Women are as wavering as the wind.

    Source: German
    Women are necessary evils.

    Source: German
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